The first college football playoff rankings come out Tuesday so the Top 25 teams around the country are definitely looking to defend their ranking or move up by notching a big win. With that being said, let’s take a look at the five most important and must watch college football games this weekend.
West Virginia coach Bob Huggins told me on Tuesday in Morgantown that junior guard Gary Browne has been the Mountaineers’ best shooter so far in preseason practice.
Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd passed for 270 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for two more in a season-opening victory over Georgia, confirming Boyd as one of the top Heisman contenders this season.
Give Minnesota athletic director Norwood Teague credit. After firing Tubby Smith and striking out on Fred Hoiberg and Mick Cronin, Teague made a bold hire with Richard Pitino.
Southern California hired Andy Enfield as men’s basketball coach on Monday night after he took Florida Gulf Coast to the round of 16 of the NCAA tournament.
Is under pressure Jets’ quarterback Mark Sanchez fixable?
One of the major keys to San Diego State’s 6-1 start is Utah transfer JJ O’Brien. The 6-7 forward has blended perfectly alongside the Aztecs’ talented perimeter of Xavier Thames, Chase Tapley, and Jamaal Franklin and given Steve Fisher one of the better glue guys in the country.
Whatever intangible that makes an athlete great — call it swagger, confidence, mojo, or moxie — Mark Sanchez has it no more.
The Bruins’ tilt with Georgetown in the Legends Classic was highly anticipated to begin with, but now the expectations are going to go right through the roof.
The Notre Dame Irish are moving to No.1 — and aren’t a fluke.
With Alabama losing Saturday, the complexion of the BCS has turned completely upside down.
I can say without hesitation that Jio Fontan, J.T. Terrell, and Dewayne Dedmon will all likely start for USC — but beyond that is a mystery.
I was driving on the 405 yesterday in Los Angeles when I received a call that Iowa State transfer Tavon Sledge was cleared to play this season for Iona, and I immediately came to this realization — the Gaels are more talented than they were last season.
Last week boasted one of the most entertaining college-football Saturdays in recent memory. It would be almost impossible to duplicate, but nevertheless Week 7 will be just as action-packed.
It wasn’t an act of desperation, but could be one of inspiration. If McKnight doesn’t pan out, then he’ll go back to offense and will continue to not carry the ball as the Jets’ No. 3 running back.